Washington County’s program helps veterans whose criminal conduct can be connected to service.
The fifth annual Veteran Benefit Expo, the state’s largest veteran benefit resource event, will be held in Pendleton next week, July 27th at the Pendleton
VA correctional health conference team members: (L to R) Raymond Perez, Phoenix VA, Dr. Matthew Stimmel, VA Palo Alto, Machele Huff, Salem VAMC On any
Veterans Treatment Court takes veterans who have found themselves in legal trouble because of their mental health disorders or addictions and …
Timothy Gray hasn’t been in Iraq for years, but his time in combat with the U.S. National Guard still affects him.
Joe Serna escaped death so many times while deployed with the Army’s Special Forces. He was blown up by explosive devices on multiple occasions over
Life happens. We are all guilty of procrastinating on paperwork or forgetting to update records. While most of the time there are no consequences, that
“Veteran pods” are becoming an increasingly common part of state and county lockups
Three years after a tour in Iraq, an Army Veteran was settling back into civilian life in Texas when he witnessed a terrible accident at
Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution teamed up with The Joys of Living Assistance Dogs, JLAD, based in Salem to train and place dogs for people with
One of the largest veteran resource events in the state will be held in central Oregon next month, when the Veteran Benefit Expo kicks off at 10 a.m. July 15 at the Deschutes Fair & Expo Center in Redmond.
With over 75 booths featuring state and federal service providers, non-profit agencies, employers and other local partners, this free event promises to bring together the best benefits, resources and programs Oregon has to offer veterans and their families.
ONTARIO — In a unique ceremony dedicated to all veterans, Snake River … in the prison’s efforts to provide services to inmates who are veterans.